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    Batak Museum TB Silalahi Center

    Situated on the south shores of the incredible Lake Toba, the TB Silalahi Center the Batak Museum is a complex dedicated to the preservation of the cultural values of the indigenous ethnic population of North Sumatra: the Bataks.

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    Humbang Hasundutan

    Spectacular Lake Toba in North Sumatra has up to now mostly been viewed from its east side. Yet its southern shores are no less stunning and await your discovery. With the recent opening of the Silangit airport in these highlands.

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    Samosir Island

    Three main places in Samosir is known as 3T, Tuk tuk, Tomok, and Tele. Here we can see traditional Batak house, Sigale-gale performances, eats traditional Batak food, and of course, enjoy the Lake Toba scenery.

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    Kualanamu Airport

    Kualanamu Airport starts to operate on July 23, 2013, to replace Polonia Airport. Kualanamu Airport was located in Deli Serdang, 40 kilometers east Medan, tripled its predecessor.

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    Lake Toba

    One of the most famous volcanic lake in the world was here, in Indonesia. If you see Indonesia’s map from Google Earth, you can see blue water in the North Sumatera Province, and that was Lake Toba. Located in the North Sumatera, Lake Toba is the third largest tourist destination in Indonesia with Samosir, island […]